Living Trusts

Lubbock Living Trust Attorneys

Consider using a living trust when planning what happens to your assets after you pass away in Texas. It's a unique way to handle your belongings and money that differs from a standard will.

If you don't plan carefully, you might cost your family a lot of money.

A living trust can be helpful because it has some good points. But it's not a perfect solution for everyone. Whether it's right for you depends on what you want to do with your things, how much you have, and seeking advice from a Lubbock Living Trust lawyer for personalized guidance.

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Living Trust vs Living Will

Wills and living trusts are the most common estate planning tools, each with distinct advantages and considerations, all influenced by Texas-specific regulations.

Wills: A will is a legal document outlining how your loved ones will divide your assets upon death. It names an executor to oversee the asset distribution and allows you to appoint guardians for minor children.

One drawback is that a will must go through probate court after your death, a potentially lengthy and costly process.

Living trusts: A living trust also dictates asset distribution but while you're alive. A trustee manages these assets for eventual beneficiaries. The significant benefit of living trusts is they skip the probate process. Living trusts can be revocable (allowing changes) or irrevocable (with tax advantages but no alterations).

Texas has unique estate laws distinguishing it from other states:

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